ACCREDITED HIGH SCHOOL BIBLE COURSES
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DAILY 90-MINUTE CLASSES PACKED WITH BIBLICAL TRUTH!
RELEASED-TIME BIBLE COURSES
– DEVELOPED BY CERTIFIED HIGH SCHOOL INSTRUCTORS
We use a curriculum that focuses on basic biblical truth and principles for living, including skills that will enable young people to understand the Bible for themselves.
Student registrations take place in January-March each year for the next school term.
All high school students are eligible to participate in these accredited courses.
High school students may enroll in one elective course per semester during their high school years (as a general elective). Classes are held on a DAILY basis beginning the first day of the first or second semester for 90 days. CLC prefers to work with high schools that are on the block schedule; in that way, students participate in online bible courses for 90 minutes five days a week. Even so, CLC will attempt to work with other high school schedules.
CLC 90-minute Bible course may include time off school campus at a location no more than a four to eight-minute drive from the school (CLC transports the students). Shorter schedules require no more than a five-minute transport.
The curriculum selected for our Bible courses have age-appropriate goals, objectives and learning activities. Two courses are offered: Bible 101: "The Bible – Why and How to Study It," and Bible 102: "What is Truth?"
We don't pressure, but encourage students to embrace the Gospel of Jesus Christ. We help them grow in the Christian faith.
Students receive encouragement from adult roll models and peers to follow principles from the Bible that help students cope with teen challenges and live victoriously.
"I applaud this program for its commitment to using time during the school day so that participating children have an opportunity for religious study. These types of programs deserve our praise since they allow our children to learn more about the Judeo-Christian values and Biblical teaching that are the foundation of our nation."
– U. S. Senator Jim DeMint (2010)